United Kingdom – Sunderland-based start-up marketing agency, Marriott Communications, celebrates a successful first year of trading after scaling business amidst a global pandemic.

Marriott Communications was founded by Samuel Marriott-Dowding in January 2021, and have since trailblazed campaigns that have reached millions of people nationally, secured national press coverage, managed brands, facilitated digital and financial growth for clients, advocated for the underserved, and supported the underfunded.

Marriott Communications have worked extensively within the political and third sector
landscapes, and have supported businesses and organisations ranging from baby loss charities to venture capitalists, advocacy groups to outdoor nurseries.

Successful First Year Of Trading for Marriott Communications
At the heart of our company is our much-valued corporate responsibility in which we dedicate a portion of our time supporting social and political causes pro-bono – across the UK. We have supported organisations that work to combat the increasing number of drug-related deaths in Scotland, and have supported charities that work within the Scottish Prison Service to develop pathways to recovery for incarcerated men.

Over the course of this past year, our marketing campaigns have reached over 6.2 million people nationally, resulting in over 800k direct engagements. These campaigns were often niche, and specifically developed to raise awareness towards a particular issue or social cause.

Marriott Communications’ Managing Director, Samuel Marriott-Dowding, stated:

“Over this past year, we have worked with some incredible businesses and organisations across a diverse range of sectors and industries, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of them for their support of our business, and their belief in what we have done, and will continue to do.

As we begin a new year of trading, we will strive to continue our growth as an agency both
nationally and internationally, and are very much looking forward to seeing where this journey will take us next.”

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